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It appears that the driver is unable to get another IP number in the 192.168.x.y range with DHCP (NonRoutable). Disabling the WiFi and then re-enabling it, or just selecting a network to connect to, sped things up since it generally connected immediately. Download and install the Realtek drivers and NOT the Asus drivers. I suspect our Macbooks are of similar vintage. have a peek at this web-site

i dont think its a fire wall because the windows firewall is turned off on that machine and it has norton and i tried turning that off but still no luckkk Those of us who have been upgraded to Yosemite (we skipped Mavericks) have not seen the problem since. :/ Reply Paul Ducklin says: October 22, 2014 at 8:32 pm Not really They solved the problem by loading from a file on a laptop hard wired to the iPhone, which would have wiped the phone (but being new there was nothing to wipe). Reply Anthony Vidmar says: December 7, 2014 at 5:39 am Sorry, but: Shortly after updates to OS X 10.9.5 and Safari 7.1 I have been having WIFI failure, after leaving my https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-asus-wifi-ap-solo-problem-help.745138/

I couldn´t find the way to configure this without the asus wifi ap, if there is any?Thanks a lotDaniel Edit Reply Quote & Reply kapici Member Posts : 23 Level While running Wifi speed tests with my MBP and my Sony Viao at equal distances (turning off antennas for the other laptop between tests) I noticed that with no obstructions my Have you tried Safari and Firefox? Jack Reply Graham Cluley says: October 22, 2014 at 4:02 pm I had what appears to be the same issue this week while away on business, struggling with hotel Wi-Fi.

Reply Anonymous says: October 22, 2014 at 1:47 pm I assume it's nothing to do with the maximum MTU size? I ended up with Linux and thanks to them my hardware has worked for a long time. Now the IP number assigned to the device is 169.254.109.244 and of course, the LinkSys router ignores it even after requesting a new IP number. One Mac Mini (not the latest model published a few days ago), one late 2013 MacBook Pro and one mid 2013 MacBook Air.

Stay logged in Sign up now! I can't find an Asus solo wifi ap for w7. As explained in the article, you have to say *why* :-) According to the article you quote, the SMC has nothing at all to do with the networking stack (or even You can read threads as a guest, but you have to register before you can post.

Had to drop him an email for 2nd time last week but havn't had curtoisy even to reply yet. Unix (OSX) and Linux use ip as it should be used, and do not use MTU - will ignore it by default. What changed between Beta 6 and the public release? Reply Alan Robertson says: October 23, 2014 at 11:18 am Hello Paul, what happens if you try a sustained transfer of a large file?

For people with old APs, try disconnecting everything from the router and JUST attaching the affected device. http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20090812193443781 An iPad 2 could not connect but my netbook could since the netbook did not support 802.11n and neither end tried to use the incompatible speed. No-one seems to know what's wrong, and without a scientific explanation it's hard to know where to lay the blame. Ah.

It's a simple task and may be the silver bullet required. Check This Out Make note of the values entered in "IP Address" & "Subnet Mask"8. Hmmm….. Vista uninstall won't do it.

Apple wanted to blame the enterprise gear again. It started after the network guys added more AP's to fill in some gaps in the WDS infrastructure. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/745138 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Source Edit Reply Quote & Reply daniellm VIP Member Posts : 3 Level : Tech Points : 1 From: Brazil Posted:8/22/2009 9:59:00 PM # 4 Hello guys, if anyone could help me

I'm also running windows xp and windows 7. Reply Skuolfi says: October 24, 2014 at 12:04 am I'm also having this annoying problem on three different Macs at home WLAN. Believe it or not, after installing the 6.1291.419.2007 driver from MS Update, I had it talking to a Compaq laptop in AP mode.

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But also, once you've setup your network, you need to go into your NETWORK AND SHARE CENTER (bottom right of desktop beside clock). Where does one find "Handoff" in System Preferences? If the AP advertises that it supports an incompatible 802.11n data rate, when it moves to use that rate and your laptop follows, you will no longer be able to talk Reply skyexs says: October 22, 2014 at 3:37 pm No it Doesn't seem to happen using Ethernet.

Open the following /Library/InternetPlugIns > plugins.settings and delete. Reply Paul Ducklin says: October 24, 2014 at 9:02 am This sounds different. what happens if you do a ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew etaf, Aug 30, 2008 #6 DragonforceXD Thread Starter Joined: Aug 29, 2008 Messages: 9 yeh it is enable because i have a peek here My Wireless router is a Netgear DG834G and my PSP, X360, PDA all connect to it with no signal drops or disconnections.

Reply david_h says: October 22, 2014 at 2:38 pm OOPS ! All I have to do is manage to download it :-) More later. Thursday, November 22, 2007 7:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Having same problem as stated in almost every post above.  Have the realtek8187 onboard wifi adapter.  However, All Places > Consumer > General Discussion > Discussions Please enter a title.

They have not had the same luck I have had. Now select Private and Apply.  You Now should have access to the internet/Shared PC Folders on Your Laptop.    Its still not perfect tho as you have to change the network All so bad that I drove 240 miles to our works to use the mac pro still on ML - and found that with the old Netgear DG834N router here, all The Wifi AP Solo application is installed correclty, but It is not functioning as it supposed to be.

Once rebooted Id set up the wifi again and it would recognize my network, say its on, and immediately crash. I think things are better with Yosemite but its too early to come to a definitive conclusion. But I figured if it worked twice for me that it was worth sharing with others. Our Tech hound a fix in the proxy settings, or at least a work around.

Apple has a support link* for the update (HT6493) released today.